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Bliss garden

Garden of Bliss.

There are a number of intoxicating drugs referred to in season one of Disenchantment, though not enough detail is presented to warrant separate pages.


Bean dag wine

Drinking Buddies.

It is established early on that Bean has a drinking problem, and it is discovered later that it runs in the family.

  • Beer - Bean and Dagmar's favourite food. (S01E10)
  • Wine - King Zog and Queen Dagmar's tipple in the tower. (S01E09)
  • Grog / Liquor - Luci plans to drink this flaming and from a baby's skull. (S01E04)

Snake Root[]

Referred to by Bean as Oona's little helper in The Princess Of Darkness, snake root is used by Queen Oona to sooth her nerves, which is ironic given the effects are the opposite: she begins screaming and running in circles around a fountain in the court yard. After Luci encourages Bean to stay awake following a night of no sleep, she steals it as something to put the edge on. She shares it with Elfo and Luci and they embark on a day of mischief.


Oona's Little Helper.

Under the influence of snake root, the trio:

  • form an imaginary band, whose entire career is imagined in the space of 2 minutes;
  • engage in some cock-fighting (In which Bean loses two bags of Zogs to a stranger after betting against Elfo);
  • steal some grog from the VII-XI (7-11) and
  • break into and rob the Royal Crypt.


Snake root - may refer to different plant taxa that have been used as a folk remedy against snakebites.


Following a night of heavy drinking with Elfo and Luci, Bean ends up being thrown in the Plague Pit with them after being mistaken for corpses (S01E07 ). Bean laments never experiencing Bliss together, to which Elfo responds with a gesture to kiss.


Elfo on Bliss.

He understandably confused her utterance for a romantic one, but Bean was referring to a hallucinogenic drug called Bliss, which can be obtained in the Black Light District. The trio then embark on a trip to the aforementioned district, where they inhale the vapours of Bliss in the Den of Wonders. The effects indeed prove to be hallucinatory, and result in a shared trip to a fantastical world, through a psychedelic drug door.


Bean on Bliss.

Under the influence, Bean and Elfosee Elfo's imaginary girlfriend and Luci ends up punching Elfo repeatedly for no apparent reason.


Bliss - is a term associated with ultimate happiness, as encountered in the mystical writings of Buddhism and Hinduism. It is a term for the sense of happiness accompanying the loss of ego during meditation and, similarly, through the use of some psychedelic substances.


Bliss World.

  • Joseph Campbell (1904–1987): the phrase follow your bliss was coined by this famous scholar of world mythology.
  • Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - Lewis Carroll (1865): the scene towards the end of the episode where the trio are seen growing and shrinking is reminiscent of the potions and foodstuffs consumed by Alice to make her shrink or grow.
  • The Garden of Earthly Delights  - Hieronymous Bosch (1450-1516): the garden visted by the trio, especially with it's surreal pink (fleshy) forms, is highly reminiscent of this famous painting.



Twinkletown Gigglebud.

In most episodes, Luci is seen smoking a pipe. It isn't until S01E04, however, that Luci admits to being pretty high: but not on what. In S01E09, he shares with some elves in Elfwood that his smoking preference is Twinkletown Gigglebud - which Pendergast mockingly refers as Dreamland Ditchweed (The smell of which made the trio easier to track). Since Twinkletown is mythically twinned with Tinseltown (Hollywood) and cannabis is legal in California, this is clearly a thinly veiled reference to the herb.


Ditchweed - low potency feral cannabis / marijuana generally descended from the days of wide spread industrial hemp farming in the US.  

Trøg log spores[]

Trog log spores

Spores release

In Trøgtown, there's a section where the Trøgs grow giant mushrooms called Trøg logs, that they harvest wood from for maintenance. The mushroom contain hallucinatic spores that, if breathed in, will temporarily render anyone high. Effects include distorted vision, seeing and hearing things that are not actually there, and in long term forgetfulness. This first happens to Bean, Luci, Elfo and Trixy in "Subterranean Homesick Blues". And in "Goodbye Bean", as she was fighting Queen Dagmar, Bean, Dagmar and Elfo ended up getting high on the spores mid-fight.